Vienna School of Clinical Research, Public Health and Medical Education (VSCR) and Sigmund Freud University of Vienna (SFU) together will start with a new modular academic programme – Decision Making for Pricing and Reimbursement –from 15 to 18 November 2018 in Vienna.
This academic programme consists of five independent modules each building on the knowledge and skills required for health outcomes research and health policy making.
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Module 1: Evidence Based Decision Making for Pricing and Reimbursement: from Theory to Practice
(15-18 November 2018).
Principles of Health Economy and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (advanced course)
Evidence Based Medicine and Implementation Science – Toolkit
Systematic Reviews for HTA and Reimbursement Decisions
From Licensing to Reimbursement – How to Design Your Studies
Each module of the programme comprises a series of lectures, tutorials, panel discussions and individual work. The interactive atmosphere during the course ensures effective communication with the faculty and fosters professional exchange and networking between the participants.
Each module can be booked as a stand-alone module. Successful completion of a single module will be awarded with a joint certificate from Vienna School and SFU.
For successful completion of the base module and two complementary modules of choice, participants will be awarded with the “VSCR/SFU Health Outcomes Research Academic Diploma”.
THE PROGRAMME IS CREATED FOR MEMBERS OF
- Pharmaceutical/Biotech/Medical Device/Industry
(medical, marketing, regulatory, market access, general management, etc.)
- Health Insurers
- Health Care Providers/Commissioners
- HTA & Consultancy Agencies
- Educational & Research Institutions
- Health Policy Organisations
COURSE FACULTY OR BASE COURSE
Reknown experts in health economy, health outcome research and health care policy bring in their experiences from industry (pharma and medical device), regulatory, health care policy and academia.
SCIENTIFIC COORDINATORS FOR BASE MODULE IN NOVEMBER
Lieven Annemans, MSc, PhD
Senior Professor of Health Economy, University Ghent, Belgium, past president ISPOR
Keith Tolley, BA, MPhil
Director of Tolley Health Economics, University of York, UK
Registration for the modules or programme can be done under